Chicago Developers Happy Hour with Kevin Hoyt

Last month Adobe Evangelist Kevin Hoyt was in town to speak at the Adobe Flash User Group in Chicago, and after a great presentation about the future of the Flash platform inside of the mobile space, we headed over to the Billy Goat II, for a Roundarch sponsored Chicago Dev Happy Hour. The happy hour gave any attendee of the user group another chance to interact with the speakers as well as other members. This gave everyone a chance to ask the community experts questions which they may have not gotten a chance to during the earlier sessions. While speaking with Kevin Hoyt he mentioned that Roundarch was one of Adobe’s partners that spends a lot of effort staffing user experience experts on all of our projects, and we agree. During the happy hour I also had a chance to catch up with eFactory’s Michael Epstein, who is also the Chicago Adobe Flash User Group organizer; expect some talks in the near future from some Roundarch crew.

Chicago Developers Happy Hour, occurs once a month, and anyone is welcome. The main purpose is to share ideas, and free beer generally helps; you’re also in a room full of amazing developers so it’s also a good place to be inspired. If you want to stay up to date on their events check out their meet-up page http://www.meetup.com/chicagodev/

You can find out more info on future events for the Chicago Adobe User Group at: Chicagoflex.org

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